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Deep Creek is a deed-restricted community. This is Lake view from a home in Deep Creek Florida a newer community and many of the homes are less than 10 years old. The community has a beautiful golf course and many of the homes have magnificent fairway views. Deep Creek was laid out so that most lots border open space. Many homes are on freshwater lakes. See for the most complete real estate information Town home in Deep Creek Florida

Condos and villas with lake views are available in Deep Creek. The villa shown here is a 3 bed 3 bath home with covered parking and over 2600 square feet of living space. Condos, villas, and town homes can be found with prices starting in the mid-$100Ks.

Single family homes are available from the mid-$100,000s to over $400,000.Beautiful Deep Creek Florida home The home shown here is priced in the midpoint of that range. Most of these homes are designed with a lanai and pool as the home's focal point. Since  most of the year the Lanai brings in the outdoors iin this Deep Creek home weather is mild, large door walls open the main house to the screened-in lanai creating a bright open feeling and making the outdoors part of your home.

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Sandhill Boulevard divides Deep Creek into its 2 sections, Section 20 to the north and Section 23 to the south. Each has its own property owner's association, with its own Board of Directors and set of deed restrictions. Use the links below to learn more about Deep Creek.

Section 20 POA

Section 23 POA

Deep Creek Preserve

The Deep Creek Preserve is a 2000-acre park which borders the northeastern edge of the community of Deep Creek. The preserve has miles of walking trails through one of the southernmost strands of longleaf pine forest. This is a relatively new park and the management plan is still being worked out. Possible future uses include campsites and horse trails. Currently the only stated use is hiking. With the exception of a small area of improved pasture this is natural Florida.

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